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CSPAN
Nov 12, 2012 8:30pm EST
can have our distinguished panel of guests. alondra nelson will introduce everyone and give everyone a proper elaboration of their wonderful work. basically, the institute is the center for fun i must research and teaching. this is an event that we will have on march 7 and march 8. so one of our distinguished guests, she was unable to make it this afternoon. unfortunately, she is sick, but we have patricia williams and melissa harris perry and i will introduce alondra nelson. i just want to thank everyone for all their hard work in organizing the event, as well as are many cosponsors. heyman center for the humanities, the institutes for research in african-american studies, department of history, the department of anthropology, the department of sociology and political science. london also in alondra nelson is the coeditor of technicolor, race, technology, and everyday life. she is the author of the prize-winning body and soul and the fight against medical discrimination, which at last count had won three major prizes from the american sociology association. she is also the author of
CSPAN
Nov 13, 2012 1:00am EST
our distinguished panel of guests. alondra nelson will introduce everyone and give everyone a proper elaboration of their wonderful work. basically, the institute is the center for fun i must research and teaching. this is an event that we will have on march 7 and march 8. so one of our distinguished guests, she was unable to make it this afternoon. unfortunately, she is sick, but we have patricia williams and melissa harris perry and i will introduce alondra nelson. i just want to thank everyone for all their hard work in organizing the event, as well as are many cosponsors. heyman center for the humanities, the institutes for research in african-american studies, department of history, the department of anthropology, the department of sociology and political science. london also in alondra nelson is the coeditor of technicolor, race, technology, and everyday life. she is the author of the prize-winning body and soul and the fight against medical discrimination, which at last count had won three major prizes from the american sociology association. she is also the author of t
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2012 6:00am EST
alondra nelson alluded to earlier, what is taking up less space. that is not as much dictated -- this is not totally true but not as much dictated by our movement as it has been dictated by the opposition bringing forward marriage as a fight. we have a document called envisioning our families on our web site which talked about the different types of configurations and concerns we have, everything from some of the things you mentioned in terms of who gets taken care of and why, how do you get your health care taken care of when you are so called in relationships not recognizing any way, shape or form with each other as a consideration around contracts and so on to even relate to each other or get each other on your insurance. that is a very critical issue we have to face and we am looking at very different kinds of legislation. also want to make one comment about the overall lgbt pigman. i won't say there isn't a marriage quality movement but there is the broadest clear movement began marriage equality is one aspect of it. for those in our family configuration for whom marriage makes s
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2012 11:00pm EST
just goes back to what alondra nelson was saying before. there are a lot of issues that are not being addressed that are being obscured in some ways by the focus on marriage equality. but i do think only one aspect. >> i don't know this relate strictly to your question, but one thing you're making me think about is when we talk about the fact that the lbgt movement is about love, one of the things that i noticed about the activism and rhetoric, even if it had been about marriage equality is that often it comes down to recognition of gay, lesbian, and transgendered people. so that a lot of things, a lot of things that have gone viral, people that went around, the two lesbian people that raised their son, the incredibly effective commercial of the grandfather talking about his daughter. you know, that, even if the question had been marriage, so much of the conversation around it has been recognizing the human rights. the friends and loved ones can translate to fight on these other issues. [inaudible] [talking over each other] >> just a quick response. a reintroduction to class and
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2012 2:00am EST
can all come out and that we can have our distinguished panel of guests. alondra nelson will introduce everyone and give everyone a proper elaboration of their wonderful work. basically, the institute is the center for fun i must research and teaching. this is an event that we will have on march 7 and march 8. so one of our distinguished guests, she was unable to make it this afternoon. unfortunately, she is sick, but we have patricia williams and melissa harris perry and i will introduce alondra nelson. i just want to thank everyone for all their hard work in organizing the event, as well as are many cosponsors. heyman center for the humanities, the institutes for research in african-american studies, department of history, the department of anthropology, the department of sociology and political science. london also in alondra nelson is the coeditor of technicolor, race, technology, and everyday life. she is the author of the prize-winning body and soul and the fight against medical discrimination, which at last count had won three major prizes from the american sociology association
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